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Dec 10, 2018 Aram Sinnreich and Elinor Carmi
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This audio recording serves as the introduction to the "Sonic Publics" forum in the International Journal of Communication, co-edited by Aram Sinnreich and Elinor Carmi. The recording features interviews with Sinnreich and Carmi, as well as forum contributors Larisa Kingston Mann and Nancy Baym, regarding their scholarly contributions to the forum, as well as their broader thoughts about the relationships between music, sound, technology, culture, law, and society. Interstitial music...
Topics: music, sound studies, technology, copyright, piracy, blockchain, social media, content moderation,...
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Jul 19, 2016 Dunia Best & Aram Sinnreich
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#letuslive is a reggae song responding to the painful political realities of life for people of color and people of conscience in the United States in 2016.
Topics: music, independent, protest, reggae, #letuslive, #blacklivesmatter, #getwoke, #staywoke
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Mar 4, 2016 Aram Sinnreich
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Aram Sinnreich interviewed Douglas Adams in 1998, ostensibly to discuss the release of his new video game, Starship Titanic. The interview covered a broad range of subjects, mostly relating to the transformation of media and culture in the internet age.
Topics: Douglas Adams, interview, video games, internet, science fiction
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Sep 18, 2015 Aram Sinnreich
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Full text PDF of Aram Sinnreich's  2013 book The Piracy Crusade : How The Music Industry's War On Sharing Destroys Markets and Erodes Civil Liberties, published by University of Massachusetts Press and freely licensed for noncommercial use. Abstract : In the decade and a half since Napster first emerged, forever changing the face of digital culture, the claim that “internet pirates killed the music industry” has become so ubiquitous that it is treated as common knowledge. Piracy is a...
Topics: music, music industry, copyright, RIAA, piracy, P2P, sharing, creative commons, pirate party,...